AOC announces another professional monitor

AOC announces another professional monitor

One of the major makers of desktop monitors – AOC – has announced the new Q2775PQU monitor, which is designed for professional applications. The new monitor features a 27-inch display as well as IPS technology inside and given its tech specs it may become a really nice choice for professionals who need a high-end monitor for a decent price.

The new AOC Q2775PQU monitor comes with brightness levels of 350 cd/m², 178-degree vertical and horizontal viewing angles, support for 1.074 billion colors, low power consumption of just 25W when operating and a stand that can be tilted back and forth and that can go up and down in case of need.

The Q2775PQU works at 2560 x 1440 pixels at 60 Hz and includes two built-in speakers, four USB 3.0 ports, DisplayPort 1.2/HDMI 1.4/MHL/DVI-D/D-Sub connectors and support for 100 x 100 mm VESA stands. In addition to all this the device comes with a 3-year warranty, Kensington Lock technology and Flicker Free for better overall image quality.

The actual release date of the AOC Q2775PQU is unknown but you can pre-order your Q2775PQU monitor now. The device will be sold for EUR 509.

Source: AOC

Related posts

Netlist announces Expressvault memory expansion card

Netlist announces Expressvault memory expansion card

Users around the world get new digital devices on a daily basis, be it a new notebook, tablet, smartphone or a TV set. Seeing newer and newer such items every day is something that may make you really bored with technology but every once in a while there’s a new digital gizmo that offers...

Plextor outs USB 3.0 capable 12X External Blu-ray Burner

Plextor has introduced their new external Blu-ray Disc writer which has Superspeed USB 3.0 and eSATA connections and offer burning speed up to 12x. The PX-LB950UE has a "special" chassis channels for better airflow and cooling, piano black casing, a 8MB buffe and feature a low vibration...

AMD kills four Zambezi processors

The recent arrival of the updated Piledriver architecture has prompted AMD to retire four more Zambezi chips. In addition to the already announced retirement of the AMD FX-8150, FX-6200 and FX-4170 chips, AMD will soon cease the production and sales of the AMD FX-8120 (eight...

Leave a comment